Flash Flood Warning canceled

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Heavy storms have been moving in through the west Monday afternoon, bringing heavy rains and wind gusts up to 40+ mph. Since ground have already been soaked by rain over the last 7-10 days flooding will be a concern after any heavy downpours.

That’s why a flash flood warning was been issued for parts of Limestone, Madison, Morgan, and Marshall Counties around 3:30 Monday afternoon. That warning has since been canceled, as flood waters recede quickly after a quick bout of rain. Heavy showers are possible through the night, so it’s still a good idea to take it slow on the roads.

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